1,123 EXONERATED SINCE 1989
from U.S. prisons for crimes they did not commit.read the profiles
Through the efforts of the Innocence Network and others, 305 men and women have been released from prison after serving approximately 4,100 years for crimes they did not commit.read the profiles
The Innocence Project of Minnesota relies on the generous support of our volunteers.
We are especially interested in investigative assistance. If you can help us please fill out the Volunteer Application.
One of the best ways to volunteer is to take a course or clinic. We have a greater need for law student volunteers in the summer. Visit the Minnesota Justice Foundation to see how your IPMN volunteer work can be applied to your law school’s goal for pro bono time per student.
From time to time, internships become available. To learn of opportunities, check this site regularly.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Application. Unfortunately, while we do rely on volunteers, we cannot find work for everyone who offers to help. By letting us know of any special skills you can offer, it makes it easier for us to match you with an appropriate opportunity.
Skills frequently in demand include: accounting, event planning, fundraising, graphic design, investigation, legislative, marketing, public relations, and web development.